Cala Pi is an incredibly sheltered beach resort in the coast of South Majorca. Located at the head of a stunningly picturesque inlet in the Llucmajor region of the island, Cala Pi is an excellent destination for quiet family holidays or romantic breaks in Majorca. Fantastically unspoilt and surrounded by the rugged coastal scenery, Cala Pi properties are an excellent option, close to Palma and all the tourist resorts of the south coast, yet tucked away and much less expensive than some of the other resorts in the area.
The beach at Cala Pi is wonderfully picturesque and perfectly sheltered. Located at the end of a long inlet, Cala Pi beach is absolutely perfect for lazy days in the sun, as well as swimming, scuba diving and snorkelling. Large yachts cannot make it all the way sown the inlet, but small boats can be taken right into the beach. If you would like to try any water sport, the large tourist beaches of Es Trenc, Cala d’Or and Arenal are all within easy reach, providing first rate facilities for everything from scuba diving to deep sea fishing, water skiing to windsurfing.
Cala Pi properties are ideal for a relaxing break. The Festival Park retail park is a great place to do a little shopping from a villa in Cala Pi, and there is an excellent spa centre at the Spa and Golf Club, which is also home to two fantastic 18 hole golf courses, a leisure complex and an excellent restaurant. Cala Pi is home to a number of magnificent restaurants to choose from.
The main town in the area, Palma, is a wonderful place to visit. The ancient centre of Palma is filled with attractions, from the Gothic Cathedral to the Almudaina Palace, the concerts and theatrical performances of Palma to the glorious, sand lined beaches. Palma is the most luxurious and cosmopolitan shopping and dining centres in Majorca, and is certainly worth further investigation from a holiday rental villa in Cala Pi.
The summer is unbelievably long in Majorca, with glorious summer conditions lasting from early May until late September. During this period, temperatures reach well into the 30’s (˚C) on a daily basis, and conditions remain blissfully warm long into the evening. During the winter, conditions are of course colder, yet you will still enjoy midday temperatures of around 15˚C.
Majorca’s international airport, the Aeropuerto dePalma de Mallorca (PMI), receives a huge range of direct flights from the UK, provided by a huge range of airlines. Although the airport is only around 25km, but due to the standards of South Majorca, the drive could take up to 45 minutes.